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Business Insider is hiring a finance editor in London

We want someone who can see the bigger picture. They can find the biggest stories about the world's largest banks and they can interpret key financial data points others may miss.
Elizabeth Warren.

Elizabeth Warren says there’s a dirty little secret behind the Republicans’ push for broad deregulation

"Deregulation is code for 'let the rich guys do whatever they want,'" Warren said during a keynote speech at Georgetown University Law School.
Dr Victor Madeira, a Senior Fellow at The Institute for Statecraft

A war in cyberspace is already raging and could lead to ‘armageddon’ if banks get hit

A war is being fought in cyberspace with “ones and zeros” instead of bullets and too-big-to-fail banks are major targets, experts with cyber security and intelligence backgrounds have told Business Insider.
The Porsche Macan Turbo with Performance Package.

We drove a $96,000 Porsche Macan Turbo and now understand why it’s the best-selling Porsche in the world

The Porsche Macan starts at $47,800, but our top-of-the-line Macan Turbo with Performance Package costs more than $96,000. The Porsche Macan Turbo with Performance Package has 440 horsepower and a top speed of 169 mph.

This former Wall Streeter turned down $2 million and pays herself less than her interns in order to build her company on her own terms

"There's no such thing as a free lunch," says Kimberley Ho, founder of Evereden. "With VC funding, strings always comes attached."
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong

Coinbase just rolled out 4 new crypto trading tools, and they offer a big clue to where the platform might be headed next

Coinbase is laser-focused on snagging investments from big financial institutions.

WALL STREET PAYDAY: Dealmakers could pull in $330 million in fees from takeover frenzy

BI PRIME: Investment bankers are set to make nearly $330 million in fees from deals announced on Monday.

Fund manager: $300 oil is ‘not impossible’ within a few years

Pierre Andurand, a leading oil hedge fund manager, said that lack of investment in new production could lead to a situation where $300 per barrel oil is "not impossible" within the next few years.